Super Bowl 2012 Recipes from Spinach Tiger
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No doubt you are either hosting a super bowl party or attending one on Sunday and need an idea for something to bring besides cheese and crackers.
Even if you don’t follow football, you are looking forward to the food. Super Bowl means super size, super gooey, super starchy, super appetite time. Here are some of the dishes I believe are super bowl worthy, but please also take a moment to go back and see what I suggested last year. There are links to all kinds of yummy soups, appetizers and desserts.
Start the Game
Purple Potatoes with Blue Cheese
Tuscan White Bean Bruschetta with Crispy Kale
Red and Golden Beet Crostini with Goat Cheese and Honey
Blackberry Shallot Fig Jam Crostini with Crispy Prosciutto
Snowcap Heirloom Beans with Shrimp, Green Olives, and Lime with Homemade Corn tortillas
Pizza with Pancetta and Broccoli Rabe
Purple Potatoes with Blue Cheese
Meatballs with Blueberry Compote
Tuscan Chopped Kale Salad with Toasted Almonds
Shredded Brussels Sprouts Salad
Butter Pecan Oatmean Granola Bars
The Best Chocolate Chip Cookie
So tell me are you going to diet on Sunday or go all out?
It all sounds lovely Angela. The superbowl is obviously not something we watch (or even can watch I think) but it even made the news here in the Netherlands..lol.. And ofcourse I couldn’t have missed it even if I had wanted to with all the blogs featuring superbowl snacks and superbowl drinks and superbowl dinners! Hope the game was good!
What a fantastic line up of delicious foods and even if you are not watching the ball game, like me, I wonder if I might make a few of these for Fridays on the verandah when summer finally comes! Wonderful. Fantastic to have found you! I run a little sustainable farm out on the prairies and i am always looking for tasty simple recipes to use my home grown foods c
I’m not much of a football person either, and most of these were made for our regular days, (we did do that bean and shrimp soup yesterday). Love to meet people who grow their own food.
I must admit that I have never watched a Super Bowl…never, ever…I swear. I just don’t get football. We watch a lot of Soccer and a bit of Hockey but no football. So alas I have missed all the yummy foods that show up this time of year. But today I am making a wonderful pot of soup, we will watch the half-time Madonna show, I have already watched many of the commercials online…I will walk in the park, read my kindle for a bit & await Downton Abbey. Your menu looks divine! Superbowl or not. Have fun.
I need to watch Downton Abbey. I hope it’s on Demand so I can catch up.
Ooo, such great ideas. I love finger foods, and all of these look great.
Angela, what a great list. I have been drooling over those bolognese sliders since you posted them:)
I know you are going to have a good and tasty party tomorrow!
Love those purple potatoes! All of those recipes sound fantastic for a great game day spread.
Angela….what a GREAT line up! I especially love your purple potatoes and your pears and gorgonzola! And of course….ALL of your desserts look fabulous! : )
These recipes are great for the Superbowl…or any party!